Damn! is that the hub your bike came with?
Whoa, I hadn't looked at the pics before replying
Common prob. If you are sure the wheel is centered, re-adjust the caliper. Maybe the wheel wasn't centered originally when the caliper was adjusted.
So the rotor is rubbing the fork leg? No rubbing prior?
Last edited by rjedoaks; 12-13-2012 at 07:35 PM.
Originally Posted by ProEdgeBiker
Unfortunately. It was. Demo bike and ice had it for about a month. Who knows what was done to it...
Yup, it's centered, nothing changed. I had noticed something but not that it was killing the fork. Today, different story. All I did was remove the 9MM QR, replace tire, out back on. When I start to tighten the quick release the stanchions pull together, but that side seems to come in more/crooked. Another thing to note, on the hub, there's a knob sticking out that seems to push into the fork leg like its been ground out; instead of staying in place.
Originally Posted by rjedoaks
If I have to replace the stanchions ill just move to 15/20QR since my hub is convertible. But that's a last chance solution I hope.
Seems like you're missing an end cap or some critical piece. You shouldn't pull the stanchions together when you tighten the QR. And you have far too many threads exposed on the end of the skewer, which leads me to believe something is amiss.
Can you take pictures of the hub off the bike?
Hub's missing a part. That QR has way too many threads showing.
Yup, missing cap. +1 for Lynx's warning and reccomendations.
In the 1st and 2nd pic, you can see very clearly that the fork is clamped directly onto the axle that protudes from the hub. Normally there is a cap there that slides onto the axle.
I hope the axle end and the fork dropout are OK, because those are not designed to be clamped like that. The axle end has a much smaller clamping surface than the end cap that should have been on it. Better check for damage before putting on a new end cap and riding the bike.
I'm also guessing this is the piece I need?
Sun Ringle Dirty Flea End Cap
nope.. those are for the rear.. you need front...?
Originally Posted by chris.george
I thought it was the "non-drive side"?
Originally Posted by thomllama
But I found these as well:
I am waiting on Sun Ringle to call me back since they don't list the hub-type on their product page.